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The SGI Global Security index aims at reflecting the security sector worldwide.
SGI Global Security consists of the most representative companies in the fields of physical security and technology security. At launch, the index is invested for 58% in physical security and 42% in technology security. This sectoral breakdown is expected to be fairly stable through time, although it may vary if changes in the industry dynamics occur. The index composition is reviewed every six months by Société Générale (the index sponsor). The index is also reviewed to meet liquidity, and other tradability constraints.
The largest constituents are capped at 10% of the basket at each review. The number of stocks (currently 30) is subject to change.